Arundel Miller Hull, 1874-1911 [RG2680.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG2680.AM:  Arundel Miller Hull, 1874-1911



Papers:  1898-1902

Fremont, Dodge County, Neb.:  Soldier; photographer

Size:  1 box; 0.25 cu.ft.



BACKGROUND NOTE



Arundel Miller Hull served from 10 May 1898 to 23 August 1899 in the Philippines with Co. H, 1st Nebraska Infantry. He mustered out as a sergeant. Hull sent letters and cards to his family which describe his life as a soldier, and also took photographs. He was the son of Fremont photographer, Arundel C. Hull.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



The collection is arranged in three series: 1) Correspondence, 1898-1899 and undated; 2) Newspaper clippings; and 3) Miscellaneous. Most of the materials relate to the Spanish-American War.



Note:  See the photo component [RG2680.PH] for related images. See RG1981.PH for the Arundel C. Hull photograph collection. See the NSHS Library Catalog and the Nebraska History index for published materials about Arundel C. Hull and the Hull family. The NSHS collections contain numerous other materials regarding Nebraskans serving in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War.



DESCRIPTION



Series 1 – Correspondence, 1898-1899, n.d.


Box 1

Folder

    1. 1898, June-Aug., Oct.-Nov.

    1. 1899, Feb.-May

    1. Undated



Series 2 – Newspaper clippings




    1. Clippings relating to the Spanish-American War



Series 3 – Miscellaneous




    1. Miscellaneous



 


ADDED ENTRIES:

Hull, Arundel Miller, 1874-1911

Nebraska Infantry. 1st Regiment, 1898-1899

Philippines — History — Philippine American War, 1899-1902

Spanish-American War, 1898



 



R. Booker/cs   12-07-1964

Revised KFK   06-20-2003

Encoded TMM   05-11-2010

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